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Schumacher agreed own fault with Kobayashi collision

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The Seven time world champion Michael Schumacher once again annoying in British GP, and he was finish ninth, he was involving a collision and stop-go penalty. Schumi afterward agreed regarding being punished after hitting Kamui Kobayashi at Brooklands, spinning the Sauber and breaking his own front wing

“My result today is a bit of a shame, and of course I am not happy about it. I think fifth or even fourth place would not have been out of question today thanks to the superb job the guys back in Brackley and Brixworth have done. I would so much have wished to bring them some decent points this evening when we go back to the factory for a BBQ with their families.”

“But unfortunately, and due to my fault, I cannot. Having used DRS for the first time in the race, I was arriving at the corner with over-run. Underestimating the effect, my braking was not good and this is how the collision happened. It was right to get a penalty but why it had to be a stop-go, and not a drive-through penalty, I would like to understand better as I felt it was too hard. Anyway, the good thing is that step-by-step, the hard work of our team is paying off more and more, and this is a good feeling heading towards our next home race.”

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